Got a question? Ask it now at http://www.yourtango.com/questions "I'm 33 and I have a great job, friends, and family. While I've had serious relationships in the past and go on a fair amount of dates, I'm still alone. Why am I still single?" -Tracy, Colorado
YourTango user Lovebugg asked "How can I learn not to be passive in relationships, and not wait for the other person dictate the pace of the relationship?" We went to America's love expert, Matt Titus and Tamsen Fadal, for their advice on how to deal with this situation.
One of the best things about this site is that there are so many people willing to share advice, thoughts and ideas.Users write a blog or a question in the forums with a problem and other users read it and give advice. Recently, sophia67 wrote a blog looking for just that sort of advice. Knock3xz responded with heartfelt advice that came from her own experience: ...I strongly suggest that you learn to take control of your own life. Get counseling, get yourself a good therapist, it works wonders. I did, and just the fact I had someone to talk to who didn't judge me. And would never utter a word about what we talked about to anyone gave me believiable strength, and courage.
Jennifer Love Hewitt is the latest celebrity to offer up her opinion on "the new landscape of modern dating." After breaking off her engagement to Ross McCall and rebounding with co-star Jamie Kennedy, it seems that Jennifer, or "Love" as close pals call her, wants to make the world a better place by enlightening women everywhere on "what men really want."
Got a question? Ask it now at http://www.yourtango.com/questions "My husband and I have been married for 10 years. I'm eager to incorporate some fantasy into the bedroom. Where do I begin?" Joyce, New Hampshire. Got a question? Ask it here "My husband and I have been married for 10 years. I'm eager to incorporate some fantasy into the bedroom. Where do I begin?" Joyce, New Hampshire.
Author Rachel Greenwald fields questions from an audience of women looking for love in New York City. Part five of a five-part series. Part 1: The Number One Reason Why He Didn't Call Back Dating expert Rachel Greenwald discusses her new book, "Why He Didn't Call You Back." Part 2: Three More Reasons He Didn't Call You Back Part two of our five-part interview series with Rachel Greenwald. Part 3: How To Get Him To Call You Back Want to make sure there's a second date? Follow these tips. Part 4: The Most Outrageous Reasons He Didn't Call Back
Ever sent a sexy text to your boyfriend... and then realized it was to your boss? Do you know your partner's email passwords? Are you constantly checking your Blackberry—even when you're on a date? Even if you've never experienced these tech troubles, it's likely that you've encountered the intersection of technology and relationships—and maybe you've wondered what to do. Below, 22 dos and don'ts. Let us know yours in the comments.
There are certain relationship mistakes men make over and over again. And, most of the time, us guys won't tell you about it until it's too late. Let's nip this in the bud, shall we? Let's be reasonable and let's make this thing work and let's leave the armchair quarterbacking to the guys on ESPN.
Women are the traditional consumers of self-help books, but guys need advice too. And what better way to find out what goes on inside his head than to read dating advice written by and for men? (Some might say you could ask him, but where's the fun in that?) In this spirit we bring you this piece by men's lifestyle expert, Oliver "Ali" Nejad, who fills you in on four red flags men look for when they're on a date.